Sunday, May 27, 2012

Miles Davis in Juan-les-Pins

Miles Davis
Côte Blues


1 All Blues (Davis) 9:54
2 Stella by Starlight (Young) 14:16
3 Seven Steps to Heaven (Feldman) 21:33
4 If I Were a Bell (Loewe) 12:44
5 So What (Davis) 12:38

Miles Davis - tp
George Coleman - ts
Herbie Hancock - p
Ron Carter - b
Tony Williams - dr

Recorded in Juan-les-Pins, France ; July 26, 1963


Melanchthon said...

swamielmo said...

thanks mel. cool

Pippo said...

Thank you Mel, that's funny but the first track titled "All Blues" it's rather another version of So What which is done on the last track also but different version (it seems), wow !

Adrian said...

Wonderful concert.
Thank you.

Unfortunately many albums from the Richter collection have their links expired.
When you have a little time please try to renew them.
Here's the list:
- Sviatoslav Richter Plays Rachmaninov & Mussorgsky
- Sviatoslav Richter Plays Beethoven
- Sviatoslav Richter Plays Schumann & Chopin (Olympia vol. 2)
- Sviatoslav Richter Plays Beethoven & Schumann (Olympia vol. 9)
- Sviatoslav Richter - Un Portrait (EMI)
- Sviatoslav Richter Plays Schubert (D. 958 & 960) (Olympia vol. 5)
- Richter Plays Tchaïkovsky (Olympia vol. 4)
- Richter Plays Chopin & Schumann (Olympia vol. 8)
- Sviatoslav Richter Plays Rachmaninov (Olympia vol. 7)
- Sviatoslav Richter Plays Schumann
- Sviatoslav Richter Plays Grieg & Debussy (artwork only)
- Sviatoslav Richter & Benjamin Britten
- Sviatoslav Richter & Karel Ančerl Play Tchaikovsky & Prokofiev
- Sviatoslav Richter Plays Beethoven & Chopin (INA) (CD 2)
- Sviatoslav Richter - Schubert Piano Sonatas
Thanks in advance.

Philo said...

Very nice! I am enjoying the music.

@Pippo: both "All Blues" & "So What" appear on the Davis classic KIND OF BLUE album released in 1959. Both are based on a similar modal vamp. Even on that album there are clear similarities, even though they are different. Check out the 1959 album to hear what I am talking about.